The idea for building the teaching and learning web concept originated on the occasion of the new national complementary subject for vocational schools,
"Technik & Umwelt" (T&U) (as of 2015), at the Berufsmittelschule of the commercial college Wirtschaftsschule KV Wetzikon (wkvw.ch).
The concept forms a basis for applied learning methods «bili» (bilingual education), interdisciplinary teaching (IDAF) and cross-curricular competences according to the new curriculum (Kantonaler (ZH) Lehrplan, mba.zh.ch).
Eliane Suter presented "The horse" concept at the following cantonal and national meetings:
A closed working and interaction environment for student work and exchange. Each student has his/her own account.
See the slides: Teaching & Learning Web "The horse" (sway.com)
"The Horse" association founded, 09 September 2018
Presentation/Workshop (teacher training) at PH Luzern, CAS bilingual education in vocational training, 14 August 2018
Project website: save-energy.tips is now a PWA (Progressive Web App)
Presentation of "The horse" concept at Movetia Konferenz 16 Mai 2018
Project «Z.B.» (Zurich.Berlin.): Students of the business school wkvw and the «Lette Verein Berlin» develop contributions together, read more »
Quick Box: Our Research-Box is now available on "The horse" and the project website, infos Quick Box »
New Webserver: save-energy.tips has a brand new home, details here »
Through the consequent application of Cloud-services (Azure) the costs for the infrastructure and the running costs are inexpensive. They are customized to the exact requirements. Overview Infrastructure (pdf)
Transferring of knowledge and experiences, application of various media, realization of projects in teams, publicize and propagate contributions (IG, Twitter, FB), paperless up to 100%, knowledge pool for future users and much more.
The concept of "The horse" is suitable for both teachers/instructors/coaches and learners/students. New digital media can be tried out and applied under "genuine conditions". There are countless possible variations.
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